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  • Red Riots win and they're in

    SOUTH PORTLAND—A little over a week ago, South Portland's field hockey team was 1-9 and largely forgotten in the Western Class A standings. Fast forward eight days and the Red Riots are riding high. And they're not done yet. Tuesday afternoon, on Senior Day, at Wainwrig...

  • Falmouth deals Greely's playoff hopes a blow

    FALMOUTH—Greely's field hockey team was desperate for a victory, but it had no answer for"Syd the Kid" or the "Scoring Machine" Monday evening at Falmouth High School. The Rangers, needing a win in their penultimate regular season game to secure a playoff spot, never could get into a...

  • McAuley talent commits to UNH

    McAuley junior Sarah Clement has committed to attend and play basketball at the University of New Hampshire. Clement, the younger sister of reigning Miss Maine Basketball, Allie Clement, made the Southwestern Maine Activities Association All-Rookie team as a freshman, but missed her sophomore yea...

  • Cheverus stuns TA in 2OT epic, gives Wolfgram 300th win

    SACO—On 299 previous occasions, legendary coach John Wolfgram celebrated a gridiron victory. It's safe to say that number 300 will never be forgotten. In a game that will live in legend as long as Maine schoolboys strap on pads and helmets, Cheverus, a team believed by many to...

  • Portland springs a shocker at Windham

    WINDHAM—Beware the Bulldogs' bite. And their heart. Saturday afternoon, the Portland High football team dug deep into its reservoir of pride and character and wound up shocking the local football world. Playing at a Windham squad which had won all five games this fall a...

  • Blowout turns into instant classic; Cape survives Yarmouth

    YARMOUTH—How do you top this one? Friday evening, Yarmouth hosted Cape Elizabeth in a contest billed as a playoff rematch and one pivotal for seeding for the upcoming postseason, but any pregame hype and expectations were thrown to ...

  • One goal's enough as Scarborough keeps streak alive

    PORTLAND—Even on a day full of frustration and near misses, the Scarborough field hockey team was perfect. That's because when it comes to regular season games, the Red Storm always are. Friday afternoon at rival Cheverus, Scarborough managed to extend its regular season unbea...

  • Bowdoin cross country doing well

    Bowdoin's Avery Wentworth takes part in a recent cross country meet for the Bowdoin men's team. Wentworth was second individually and the Polar Bears were second as a team.

  • South Sports Roundup

    SMCC baseball, softball fall in postseason tournaments The Southern Maine Community College baseball and softball teams saw their seasons come to a close last weekend. Baseball reached the final of the NECA tournament, but lost to the University of New Hampshire's club team, 9-4.  T...

  • Time to think postseason

    (Ed. Note: For the complete Scarborough-Deering boys' soccer, South Portland-Portland girls' soccer, Cape Elizabeth-Falmouth and Cape Elizabeth-Greely field hockey and Cape Elizabeth-Scarborough volleyball game stories, see theforecaster.net)